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This is the Drei Sterne DS 324 Pastel Chalks in Vintage Tin art mediums in the form of sticks consisting of powdered pigments and a binder. There is a similarity between the dyes used in pastels and those used in other colored visual arts media, such as oil paints. They use the same binder, which has a neutral hue and a low saturation that is used in color painting. There are 24 extra brilliant colors available, and artists approve of the quality of this product. Pure color pigment in square form (not pointed). There are no fats or waxes in this product. The boxes are packed in foam to prevent breakage (however, breakage remains possible).
Features & Benefits
- This pastel chalk is made up of powdered pigments and a binder
- Similar dyes are used for oil paints and pastels
- This product is available in 24 extra brilliant colors, and artists approve of its quality
- The color pigment is square (not pointed)
- Neither fats nor waxes are present in this product
Drei Sterne Pastel Chalks in Vintage Tin
- Material: powdered pigment / binding agent
- Country of Origin: Germany
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.
Question & Answers
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